Myanmar Rebel Groups Threaten To Fight With Protesters If The Violence Continues

Daily Mail/AFP: Myanmar threatens to descend into civil war as rebel groups warn they will retaliate against military junta after death toll of protesters passed 500
* Three armed groups warn they will fight with protesters if the violence continues * Military has fired live rounds and tear gas in a bloody crackdown on protesters * A watchdog for political prisoners says it knows of at least 510 civilian deaths
The death toll in Myanmar's military crackdown has passed 500 – prompting rebel groups to threaten they will shoot back at the junta if the bloodshed does not come to a stop, raising fears of a civil war.
Daily rallies since the military seized power on February 1 have been met with tear gas, rubber bullets and live rounds in a bloody crackdown by the generals.
The Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) said it had confirmed a total of 510 civilian deaths but warned the true toll was probably significantly higher.
WNU Editor: This is exactly how civil wars start.
More News On Myanmar's Rebel Groups Threatening To Join The Protesters To Wage War Against The Military
Myanmar rebels threaten to ‘fight back’ over protester killings — Al Jazeera
Myanmar junta deepens violence with new air attacks — AP
Myanmar death toll tops 500 as protesters defy junta's forces — Reuters
Myanmar is on the brink of becoming a 'failed state,' says expert from think tank — CNBCOriginal Article

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